Murcia COVID-19 Restrictions and Travel Requirements for Spain.
Details correct at the time of publishing: Please note that there are restrictions at local, regional and national level.
- For UK Nationals, Spain Does Not Require Proof of a Negative Test on arrival in Spain.
- For UK Nationals, Spain is on the AMBER List.
- For UK Nationals, testing in Spain prior to departing for the UK is required. Such as a PCR, LAMP or an antigen test, such as a test from a Lateral Flow device test.
- For UK Nationals returning from Spain further testing and quarantine are required in accordance with the current Amber List requirements.
AMBER List: UK Nationals need to self-isolate at home for 10 days, taking a PCR test on day 2 and day 8*. *Early release from self-isolation is permitted with a negative result on day 5, otherwise you will need to take another test on day 8.
PLEASE NOTE: It is the responsibility of each person travelling to ensure they are aware of the requirements for international travel. Please refer to your home countries official government website for the very latest requirements. For example, UK nationals can check the specific entry requirements for England, Scotland & Wales.
Restrictions in Spain.
These vary from region to region but the most severe restrictions have been lifted and Spain's vaccination program is now progressing well.
Some long terms restrictions or mitigating measures will remain in place and the most likely will be the continued use of face coverings.
Face Coverings - There are some exemptions but On-The-Spot fines are enforced, so everyone visiting Spain should expect to wear a face mask when in public.
Some notable exemptions include:
Children under 6, those with a condition likely to be aggravated by the use of a mask, swimming and while undertaking sport outdoors.
While in a bar, café or restaurant, the face can be removed to eat and drink.